Boomin, the online equity gateway initiated by the erstwhile boss of Purplebricks, is close to concluding an up to the minute seesion of sponsorship that will value it at close to £150m.
It is learnt that Boomin is fine tuning the finishing touches to a capital allocation that will hunt up to £20m involved in the business.
City sources confirm the company, which was catapulted by Michael Bruce last year, was likely to divulge details of the philanthropic enterprise that is being supervised by Oakley Advisory recently.
As part of the session, estate agents who endorse the portal are being apportioned an allocation from a pot of free shares.
Boomin says it has gathered 8000 agents on its plan of action including many of Britain's 100 conglomerates, including Hunters, Belvoir Group and Carter Jonas.
It recently set in motion SmartVal, an online costing instrument which it says participates in between fully self regulated costing and detailed absorption property inspections.
Boomin was established by Mr Bruce and his brother Kenny to confront existing property portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla.
The company is presided over by Stephen Murphy, the erstwhile Virgin Group chief.
Boomin refused to comment on Thursday.